Power couple doesn’t even begin to describe the beautiful pair of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma. The two are always giving major relationship goals and stand by each other through thick and thin. Anushka Sharma, who has been taking a break from the big screen, was recently accompanying her hubby throughout the West Indies Tour. Right from fun trips to formal events, they were spotted together everywhere. Now they are back and once again attended the event at Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi.
The Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium is getting renamed after the former finance minister, Arun Jaitley, and one of the stands is being named after Virat Kohli. Several pictures and videos of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have surfaced on the Internet. During the event, DDCA President Rajat Sharma recalled an incident that got both Anushka and Virat emotional. He mentioned the back when Virat was in the under-19 team and Jaitley had visited Virat’s home in Uttam Nagar, Delhi after his father’s demise. Despite of his father’s demise, Virat Kohli continued with the match and Jaitley had predicted that he would one day be a big name. At the mention of Virat’s late father, both Anushka and Virat got emotional and were trying to hold back tears. A video showing Anushka Sharma holding and kissing Virat’s hand trying to support him has emerged on the Internet and it will make your heart melt. Take a look at the video:
Anushka and Virat are just the perfect couple, and bring out the most comfortable versions of each other! Their PDA is too adorable and their fans just can’t get enough! Take a look at other pictures from the event:
Meanwhile, Virat Kohli has just returned after finishing the West Indies series, and was accompanied by Anushka Sharma. Anushka is yet to sign a film and was last seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero along with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.
Image Source: Instagram/viralbhayani/anushkaswonder
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